Updated February 13, 2018: Amazon has announced that Amazon Music is now available on the Microsoft Store in the US, UK, Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Spain, and Japan.
It appears Amazon Music may be coming to the Microsoft Store on Windows 10, as the app is now listed in the Store and appears to be slowly rolling out across regions. Amazon Music would be the latest of the "big name" apps to hit the Microsoft Store, joining the likes of Spotify, and soon iTunes. Looks like Windows 10 users are going to have no shortage of streaming apps available in the Store.
The app is a Win32 desktop program, meaning Amazon is using the Centennial bridge to bring its Windows desktop app to the Microsoft Store. We can confirm that the app features multiple tile sizes, which is nice. There's no word as to when the app will be made available for download, but the fact that the app is now listed in the Store should be a good sign.
It's worth noting that WhatsApp had its desktop app listed in the Store for over a year before it became available. Let's hope the same doesn't happen here, and that Amazon moves quickly to get the app out into the hands of Windows 10 users.
Amazon recently announced that it is bringing Alexa to Windows 10 PCs. Perhaps bringing the Amazon Music app to the Microsoft Store ties into Alexa on Windows? Regardless, are you interested in the Amazon Music app coming to the Microsoft Store on Windows 10? Let us know in the comments and let us know if you can download it already!
Thanks for the tip, @ArjanVeldhorst!
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